United States - National Coalition of Independent Scholars

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est. 1989

est. 1989

The National Coalition of Independent Scholars is registered in the USA as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, but operates internationally and has members in Europe, Asia, Australia & Great Britain as well as the United States. NCIS represents independent scholars from all disciplines, and its members include unaffiliated scholars, adjunct and part-time faculty, graduate students, researchers, artists, and curators. Among the many perks of NCIS membership is affiliation with an internationally recognized scholarly society. NCIS offers research and travel grants as well as the Eisenstein Essay Prize, and also administers external grants. The many other benefits of NCIS membership are listed elsewhere on this leaflet, and further details can be found on www.ncis.org. Find us, follow us, friend us… Please join us on Facebook, Twitter, Academia.edu and on our listservs: H-Scholar, NCIS Members Mailing Listserv (MML), and NCIS Open Dialog Listserv (ODL).

General Inquiries est. 1989

CONtACTS President [email protected]

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Committees Affiliates Liaison [email protected]

Vice President [email protected]

Benefits Chair [email protected]

Secretary [email protected]

Book Review Editor [email protected]

Treasurer [email protected]

Conference Coordinator [email protected]

Membership Officer [email protected]

Grants & Awards Chair [email protected]

Communications Officer [email protected]

Volunteer Liaison [email protected]

est. 1989

Webmaster [email protected]

National Coalition of Independent Scholars P.O. Box 120182 San Antonio, TX 78212 Phone: 210.880.5493 [email protected]

National Coalition of Independent Scholars P.O. Box 120182 San Antonio, TX 78212 Phone: 210.880.5493 [email protected]

NCIS is a non-profit international organization dedicated to advancing independent scholarship. NCIS has provided access to research facilities, grants and professional support since 1989.

ODL NCIS is an affiliate of the American Historical Association.

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Advocacy

NCIS is a voice and forum for independent scholars, working to improve access to research libraries; encouraging foundations and institutions to open competitions to independent scholars and to include them on review committees; serving as fiscal sponsor for grants; providing information about grants, fellowships, and publishing; connecting independent scholars with one another; facilitating the creation of local organizations of independent scholars and assisting existing local groups.

Membership

Full Membership

NCIS welcomes those pursuing and sharing knowledge in or across any field whose credentials and/or activities show professional scholarly involvement and commitment. We offer membership to those who are not associated with academic institutions, as well as to adjunct faculty and others tangentially associated with academic institutions, who do not receive financial and/or research support for their scholarly activities. While the majority of members have a Ph.D. or its equivalent, we also recognize the unique individual who makes important scholarly contributions despite the lack of an advanced degree.

Associate Membership

Scholars who receive institutional support for their research, or who do not as yet have a substantial publication record, may be eligible for membership as an Associate Member of NCIS. Graduate students, post-docs and other academics are invited to apply for membership at Associate level. Associate members are those with evidence of scholarly production who support the purposes of NCIS, but may be supported by or receive benefits from an academic institution. Please contact the Membership Of